Dunkineeley, Co. Donegal



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Cairdeas na bhFidiléirí: Glenties concert, disc 1, October 2006 [sound recording] / [various performers]

Campbell, Jimmy, Glenties, fiddle;
speech in English;
Campbell, Peter, Glenties, fiddle;
speech in English;
O'Donnell, Aidan, Dunkineeley, Co. Donegal, fiddle;
speech in English;
Martin, Ronan, Isle of Skye, Scotland, fiddle;
speech in English

Running Order:
1. Speech: Welcome
2. Speech: Welcome continued
3. Speech: Introduction
4. Speech: Introduction continued
5. Speech: Introduction continued; Jigs: Tobin's, The boy's of the town
6. Speech: Introduction to polka Mac Eoghain Sheáin agus iníon John Chit
7. Speech: Story associated with the polka Mac Eoghain Sheáin agus iníon John Chit
8. Speech: Story continued
9. Speech: Story continued
10. Speech: Story continued
11. Speech: Story continued
12. Polka: Mac Eoghain Sheáin agus iníon John Chit; Speech: Introduction
13. Instrumental piece and hornpipe: The blackbird (tune learned from Andy McGann)
14. Speech
15. Speech
16. Speech
17. Speech: Banter from the MC, introduction; Highlands: [unidentified]; Speech: Introduction to Aidan O'Donnell
18. Speech: Introduction from Aidan O'Donnell
19. Reels: Billy's reel (Aidan O'Donnell comp.), [unidentified] (Finbarr Dwyer comp.)
20. Barn dances: [unidentified], [unidentified]
21. Tuning
22. Jigs: Jumpin' mad = Jump out of it Hogan, Jig na mire; Speech: Introduction to Johnny Cope's hornpipe
23. Hornpipe: Johnny Cope
24. Speech: Introduction to a set of highlands
25. Highlands: The ewe with the crooked horn, The forgotten highland; Reel: [unidentified]
26. Speech
27. Speech: MC tells a story from the Isle of Skye
28. Speech: MC tells a story from the Isle of Skye
29. Speech: Introduction from Ronan Martin
30. Speech: Introduction to styles and a set of jigs
31. Speech: Introduction to jigs continued
32. Jigs: Kenny McDonnell's, The braes of Mellnish, Inspector Donald Campbell of Ness
33. Speech: Introduction to tunes
34. March: Stella's trip to Kamloops (learned from Buddy MacMaster); Strathspeys: Stirling Castle; Reels: [unidentified], Hogties (Phil Cunnigham comp.)
35. Instrumental piece: Twa bonny maidens (learned from Johnny Hardy); Speech:
36. Barn dance: [unidentified]

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